Christmas obsessives including Stacey Solomon are bonkers for gonks – here’s where to buy the best

THE Christmas season is well and truly upon us and fanatics are decking out their homes with an array of fun and festive buys.

But a favourite this year is by far the Christmas gonks with their huge hats with extremely long legs flying off the shelves.


Stacey Solomon has made her love for the festive gnomes known regularly sharing her cute gonk finds on Instagram – she's even made a couple herself using bits she had at home.

She's since added to her ever growing collection, snapping them up wherever she goes, giving her original gonk "Norm" some festive friends.

Taking Stacey's lead, other Christmas fanatics are racing to shops includingAldi and The Range to get their instant gonk fix thanks to the bargain stores'incredibly cheap deals.

But as popular as they are, some don't come cheap, with few gonks setting you back up to £30.


  • Shelf Sitting Gonk, £5.79 from The Range – buy here

So we've done the hard work for you and rounded up some of the best and most affordable, with prices so low you'll be swimming in gonks.

A fan favourite for affordable Christmas bits is The Range, with festive standing gnomes available in-store from £11.99.

One eagle eyed shopper spotted the adorable figurines in-store and shared a clip to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK. 

  • Gonk Plush Extendable Figure, £9.99 from Aldiin Red and Grey – buy here

They said: “Christmas gnomes. The Range have the BEST Christmas range in there this year. Pink is £22.99 & grey £11.99.” 

And more than 3,000 people liked and commented on the gnomes desperate to get their hands on some.

While they're not the cheapest out there, the Christmassy characters wobble and shake when you tap them, adding to their adorable charm. 

But you can get some smaller gnomes for cheaper, with the store also offering sitting gonks for just £5.79.


Aldi is another store unable to keep the cute fluffy figurines in stock, with shoppers raving about the incredible £10 buys.

The cute, festive decorations come in grey and red with sparkly, sequinned hats and stripy sleeves – and they look lovely in the hallway or by the fireplace.

The best part about these ones is that they are extendable, so you can have them standing at different heights.

The German supermarket also has smaller versions available which will cost you just £6.99.


But if you're looking for the biggest bargain of them all then be sure to hit up Poundland, as the dirt cheap store is selling a range of gonks from a tiny £3.

The Christmas Gonk collection has quickly become the high street retailer's best-selling product, and it's not hard to see why.

Hundreds of fans have been taking to social media sharing their Poundland gonks .


  • Christmas Gonk, £3 from Poundland – buy here

Upon finding them in store, one woman couldn't help snapping a photo, captioning it: "Don’t know if these have already been posted but gonks are only £3 at Poundland.

"More to add to my collection, loads of different ones too."

While another shared: "Great Christmas range just launched at Poundland. Got some lovely pieces in all slightly different prices. Wreath £5, Gonks £3, Everything else £1."

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Homebase also sell the festive gnomes in two sizes, with the smaller one just £5.

But if you want an extendable one that stands, you'll be looking at an eye-watering £25.

While we've certainly provided you with choice, your options aren't limited as online stores such as Amazon, eBay and Etsy have gonks by the dozens – although some come with a hefty price.

From gonk-themed mugs and candles to cushions and Christmas tree decorations, it looks like these gnomes with cute little noses are here to stay – and we are loving it.

Elsewhere, shoppers snap up discounted Christmas decorations at The Range – with baubles just 28p.

And money-saving mum shares her top Christmas tips including the best time to buy decorations & why the rule of three is key.

Meanwhile, , B&M is selling a £5 doormat sensor which sings Christmas songs when you step on it & shoppers say it’s DEFINITELY essential.

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